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Ethiopia to launch fourth filling of a disputed dam

Ethiopia is preparing to launch the fourth filling of its mega-dam reservoir on the Blue Nile, the country’s deputy prime minister announced on June...

France Embassy launches JuDGE Program

The Embassy of France to Ethiopia announced the launch of the Justice, Dialogue and Gender Equality (JuDGE) program. The EUR 928,000 program is developed...

Ethiopia rejects “ethnic cleansing” accusation in western Tigray

The Ethiopian government has rejected a report by Human Rights Watch (HRW) that alleges an "ethnic cleansing" campaign is under way in western Tigray...
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Ethiopian Airlines accused of discriminatory ticket sale practices

The largest airline in Africa is being accused of discriminatory practices against an ethnic minority, including denying ticket sales to Tigrayans aged 15 to...

Ethiopian inaugurates new Doha office

Ethiopian Airlines, Africa’s leading airline, recently inaugurated its new office in Doha. The office was inaugurated by the Ambassador of Nigeria, Yakubu Abdullahi Ahmed,...

Envoy calls on Ethiopians in Uganda to join Africa Day 2023 celebration

Ethiopia's new Ambassador to Uganda, Etsegenet Bezabih, has called on Ethiopians in Uganda to join the upcoming Africa Day 2023 celebrations that Uganda will...
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Ethiopian resumes flights to Pakistan after two decades

Africa’s largest airline, Ethiopian Airlines, has resumed direct flights to Pakistan after a 20-year hiatus. The flight ET-694, carrying 110 passengers, arrived in Karachi in...

Ethiopian Airlines marks 50 years serving the UK

Ethiopian Airlines is celebrating 50 years of success serving the United Kingdom. The Airlines offers daily non-stop A350 Airbus flights from London Heathrow (Terminal 2)...

Ethiopia blocks fleeing Nigerian students, factions agree 72-hour ceasefire

The Federal Government confirmed that some Nigerian students fleeing the conflict in Sudan were denied entry into Ethiopia but stated that the situation was...
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Ethiopia urged to release detained journalists

International rights organizations have urged Ethiopia to stop "arbitrary arrests" of journalists and respect citizens' right to peaceful protest. The calls this week by Amnesty...
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